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♪ >> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at tonight's top stories. let's get back to the weather. the snort east preparing for the first snowstorm 2014. forecasters say it should begin moving overnight and then moving into new england. kevin mentioned in some areas you could see a foot of snow. temperatures will also plummet and hover around zero. >>> insurance benefits from the affordable care act are official in effect. they will cover means who purchased insurance through exchanges before december 24th. >>> colorado marijuana sales going brisk anyone older than 21 can buy from licensed storms. >>> the boy scouts of america will now allow openly gay scouts. under the new rules kids can't be banned from troops because of their sexual orientation, but the organization still has a ban in place against gay troop leaders. >>> those are the headlines with tony harris in new york. real money with ali velshi is up next on al jazeera america. ♪ >> the doctor is i in your pock. how smart phones are helping doctors diagnose patients. and high
>>> this is al jazeera america, live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories, arctic freeze taking ahold of most of the country right now. making it feel in some places like 50 to 60 below. folks are being encouraged to stay inside or go to a shelter if they need help. the senate is back to work, they confirmed janet yellen as the next head of the feds. the u.s. supreme court has put a temporary stop to same-sex marriages in utah, the nation's highest court says the marriages will come to a halt to give the state time to respond to a law that allows them. the iraqi military says it is ready to reclaim fallujah. and the pennsylvania woman know as jihad jane has been sentenced in ten years in prison. she was accused of being involved in a murder those are your headlines. i'm tony harris. "real money" is next on al jazeera america. ♪ >>> america's energy boom is is causing growth, but putting train on america's infrastructure. plus a doctor makes a case against extending unemployment benefits. and what the brave new retail world means for your bottom li
>> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's stop stories. millions of americans are dealing with bitter cold conference as dave just mentioned. 11 people have died and the weather is reaching well into the deep south. >>> the procedural vote is just the beginning, the current proposal is not enough. >>> tougher security measures are in place for the month leading up to the olympics in sochi. russia issuing lockdown on the city. visitors and drivers are required to have special passes to get around the city. talks aimed at ending the lie venezuelviolence in south sudant least 1,000 people have died from the violence that erupted three weeks ago. >>> and the stand off over fallujah is intensifying. officials report that 25 rebels were killed. the u.s. offered missile report but declined to put any troops on the ground in that country, i'm tony harris for new new york. more news for you in the next hour. >> unveiling his proposal for the great society, president johnson asked americans to join him in a battle to give every citizen an e
infiltrators. i'm tony harris from new york. al jazeera is next. have to be universal. >> ira glass hosts a show "the american life," listened to by millions. there are stories covered often with humour. >> we did the funniest hair on gaun tan ammo >> he talks about being an remembered. >> i feel like once i'm dead, the people of the future can... jazeera." >> thank you for having me. >> your show "the american life," explain how it's put together and divided up. >> it's an hour each week. we choose a topic and do different stories. >> often we have writers, serious. >> you call each segment an act. >> yes, we call it act one, act two, act three. association. >> it's funny, the first few months of the show we didn't have that. i wanted a way to communicate to the audience all of this stuff telling one story in relation to another, and that was the shorthand that was able to do it. once we called it f1, f2 and f3, relationship. >> you have one of the most popular broadcast shows of any kind. you get a million pod casts downloaded. how do you do it? >> i wish we could say that i and co-prod
>> this is al jazeera america, live from new york. i'm tony harris with a look at tonight's top stories. target said the data breach in december effected more shoppers than first thought. personal information on roughly 70 americans was compromised on top of the 40 million whose credit card information was stolen. >>> a chemical spill left 300,000 people without drinking water in west virginia. >>> new jersey officials have released hundreds of new documents related to the traffic revenges scandal. they don't appear to under mine governor chris christie's claim that he was not involved but may raise questions about why he was in the dark. officials will try to get testimony under oath. >>> the labor department said only 74,000 jobs was created last month. the unemployment rate fell from 6.7% likely because more americans simply stopped looking for work. iraq is trying to take back control from fighters who pushed in from syria. those are the headlines. i'm tony harris. real money with ali velshi is next. >> it's a friday to forget. many americans have given up looking for work.
>> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. just an hour ago new jersey governor chris christie used his state of the state address to make another apology over the scandals that threaten to tarnish his administration and presidential ambitions. >> now the last week several has tested this administration. stakes were clearly made. as a result we let down the people we're entrusted to serve. i know our citizens deserve better, much better. >> testifying in front of the senate judicial committee about the nsa program. the group is recommending a number of changes including how the national security agency collects data. president obama will unveil his recommendations on friday. >>> egyptians went to the poll to approve a new constitution. if approved this is the third constitution in three years. president morsi and followers are boycotting the day-two vote. i'm tony harris in new york. "inside story" is next. if you would like the latest on any of these stories on this news hour head to www.aljazeera.com. that's www.alj
>> this is al jazeera america, i'm tony harris with today's top stories. the air force has 34 launch officers have been implicated in a cheating scandal and others have been implicated in a drug probe. the officers operate the nation's nuclear missiles. the u.n. blasts the catholic church for how it has handled sex abuse cases. a charity says the church continues to harbor perpetrators and deny accountability. >>> the house of representatives approve a bipartisan deal. the spending measure will approve for the next two years. now it will move to the senate for a vote later this week. >>> a report says the attack on the consolidatonthe consulate id have been prevented. >>> and renewing a $380 million pledge to help syrians affected by the war. the united nations says $2.4 billion has been raised so far. i'm tony harris, ali velshi is next with "real money" on al jazeera america. >> you've got good credit but no luck getting a loan to buy a house. your luck may be about to change. i'll tell i couldn't banks might be in a lending mood. report card time for your investments. what
online. >> hello, and welcome to aljazeera america. i'm tony harris in new york city, studying the agenda from income equality to same-sex marriage, to the tomorrow's state of the union speech. leaky phone apps reports that spy agencies are accessing spy data. popular smart phone apps like angry birds. >>> this the northeast, bracing for windchills of 40 below. >>> unrest in the ukraine, the parliament is striking down laws that have caused recent violent protests. >>> and a school with no walls. forget recess. some seattle area kindergartners are spending their entire school day learning in the great outdoors. and we begin tonight with the american agenda. tomorrow night, president obama will be outlining his hopes and expectations for the year ahead. his opponents will be doing the same. according to the poll, the president's approval numbers are up from november, but his lowest approval rating ever going into a state of the union address. couple that with defiant house republicans, and president obama can expect an uphill battle. mike mccarren is with us, and what do we know
♪ >> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. delegates arrive for peace talks in syria. will it make a difference. the report shows systemic torture and killing of detainees. security throats in sochi. the hunt is on right now for black widows who may be targeting the winter olympics. and a winter storm causing lots of problems already. look at these pictures covering the mid-atlantic and the northeast. >> a crucial meet something about to take place. the syrian government and the opposition are preparing to meet face to face for the first time tomorrow. they will try to find a way to end nearly three-year-old civil war. that conflict has killed agreem. they represent those who have been killed and tortured, and those who want to see an end to the conflict. the regime, i'm not so sure. they believe they're winning. >> reporter: two decades ago the u.n. was struggling to stop bloodshed in the balkans. peace talks halted the violence but one key figure, the foreign minister, now fierce they save a dilemma. >> they will fa
america live in new york city. i'm tony harris. children camped out in schools, people in grocery stores, church, name it. the national guard called out to help. >>> and triple digit losses for the dow today on news that the fed is making more cuts to its stimulus program. >> let's go to these live pictures. the storm paralyzing the south is causing problems even now at this hour in georgia, and alabama, roads that were parking lots 24 hours ago are slowly starting to clear. that's not a bad shot. but if you look here. >> helicopters have been searching those who are still strands and children are escor escorted home where hundreds more spent the night on school buses. there have been 800 traffic accidents, six people have died. robert, i'm looking at these pictures here, i don't know how much of a rush hour there has been in downtown atlanta, but on one side of the road it looks like there is a bit of clearing and things are starting to look better. >> most people said they were going to stay home and not go to work, telling officials they were not going to use the icy roads. there are
you for all of our guests. see you online. >> hello, and welcome to aljazeera america. i'm tony harris in new york city, studying the agenda from income equality to same-sex marriage, to the tomorrow's state of the union speech. leaky phone apps reports that spy agencies are accessing spy data. popular smart phone apps like angry birds. >>> this the northeast, bracing
and mike viqueira. in new york tony harris, ali velshi, richelle carey, david shuster, and on capitol hill libby casey. we have coverage and reaction from cities across the country and from our reporters in the nation and around the world. but to get it started joie chen is standing by to take a look at some of the issues that the president will be talking about. >> john, you know the white house does start to release little tidbits throughout the day, and the white house releasing excerpts from the president's speech. he does say let's make this a year of action. this is an important marker to throw down. let's make this a year of action. what i believe revenues this people of this nation, it's the simple profound belief of opportunity for all. the notion that if you work hard and take responsibility you can get ahead. so this is one of the themes we expect to see throughout this evening. the president will also go on to say, after four years of economic growth corporate profits and stock prices have rarely been higher, and those at the top have never done better. but average wages have b
>> this is al jazeera america live in new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at the top stories. the white house is looking at the me memoir from former defense secretary robert gates. in the book he sharply criticizes vice president bide biden's foreign policy instincts. jay carney defends both biden and the president at today's white house briefing. >>> new jersey's governor chris christie said he was not aware of the plans to block traffic to punish a mayor. top officials in christie's office. >>> one person is dead after another missing after a crash of a military helicopter off the coast of norfolk, virginia, five people were on board at the time. the crash comes one day after another military helicopter crash in new england. four crew members died in that crash. >>> the country is warming up a bit but not before the extreme cold killed 20 people and cost the economy an estimated $5 billion. i'm tony harris in new york. "real money with ali velshi" is up next. for the latest on any of our stories head on over to our website. it's www.aljazeera.com. >> new data point a stron
city i am tony harris with a look at today's top stories, more criticism for the catholic church over its handling of the priest sex abuse crisis. today a u.n. committee grilled vatican officials over allegations these protected pedophile priests at the expense of victims. and they conceded the church needs to do more to deal with the scandal but denied accusations of a cover up. secretary of state john kerry your honors the syrian opposition today to join next week's peace conference in geneva. this after al jazerra obtained a leaked letter that says the syrian government has agreed to attend the upcoming talks. the goal is to install a transitional government to help end the country's war. president obama is meeting with more than 100 college university presidents today trying to make sure that low income students have an equal shot at getting for nba to college and succeeding once they get there. and police in california have charged three men with setting off a massive wildfire near los angeles. take a look at these live pictures. you can see the smoke there. this is the wildfire
>>> this is "al jazeera america" live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. >>> dangerously cold temperatures affecting as many as 140 million americans. so cold you can get frostbite in less than five minutes, and it's not over yet. >>> new fighting in iraq fueling fears that the country could be slipping back into deadly violence. >>> congress is back to work today. will they provide relief for more than 1 million americans who lost their unemployment benefits in the new year? >>> okay. so let's walk through this together. from the midwest to the east coast, people are told to stay indoors as dangerous cold moves across the united states. as many as 140 million americans are affected by the freezing temperatures. the effects are widespread. minnesota's governor ordered all schools to be closed today, and jetblue is reducing operations at airports in boston and new york city as it repositions crews and aircraft after days of bad weather. diane estherbrook joins us live from suburban chicago. diane, good to see you. if you would, just how bad a
three foyer five. >> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris. breaking news, a new allegation that chris christie knew about the controversial lane closures as they happened. a big hurdle just cleared for the keystone pipeline. the state department says it has no major environmental objections. a new effort to help millions of americans who have been unemployed the longest and dozens of companies have signed on to change how they hire. >>> a protestor in ukraine claims he was kidnapped, beaten and crucified as the country battles on the brink of civil war. >> and again, we top this newscast with breaking news. the "new york times" reports that the port authority official who personally oversaw the controversial lane closures in new jersey is saying that governor crest christie knew about the closings as they were happening. and he says he has the evidence to prove it in a letter his lawyer released. david wild stein says the orders to close the lanes on the george washington bridge came from the christie administration and says evidence exists, tying chr
>> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at tonight's top stories. security concerns are growing. ahead of the winter olympics in washington after the back-to-back bombings in volgograd. new year's fireworks were canc canceled and russian president vladimir putin spoke out promising to "annihilate the terrorists." >>> in south sudan the fighting is getting worst. the government is spending thousands of troops towards bor. rebels took control of that key city on tuesday. >>> in south dakota residents are allowed to return after a toxic train crash. one train was derailed and hit loaded with crude oil. >>> and we still have a few hours left in 2013, but most of the world is in 2014. this is a live picture from london. is this live? did we get the timing right? wow. big ben, yeah, just at midnight. hundreds of thousands of people gathered for spectacular fireworks display. real money with david shuster in for ali velshi is next. >> new confidence for the new year consumer sentiment is beginning to surge and the housing market is starting to coo
york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. business is brisk at marijuana retailers across the state of colorado. insurance coverage begins for americans who enrolled under the american care act. and 2013 was a big year for wall street. we look at 2014, and we look at our crystal ball to see what 2014 holds for technology. ♪ >> so welcome to 2014. change is in the air. new leaders are being sworn in.
>> this is al jazeera america. live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. marijuana sells are brisk in colorado. it became the first day for businesses to sell pot for recreational use. 24 stores open their doors today. >>> another first, insurance benefits under the affordable care act went into affect. they covered americans who purchased insurance. more than 2 million people have signed up so far. america's largest city has it's first democratic mayor in 20 years. bill deblasio took oath of office twice. former president bill clinton administered the oath this afternoon. he was also sworn just after midnight outside of his home in brooklyn, south sudan has declared state of emergency. it's vice president has called focease-fire talks. >>> russian president vladimir putin visited volg, ograd with victims of two suicide-bombing attacks. >> it's thanksgiving, and perhaps you're washing down your turkey and stuffing with a nice handcrafted american beer. millions enjoying flavors and styles with an industry on the rise here. craft brewing is the "in
>>> this is al jazeera america. live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at tonight's top stories. millions in the northeast are preparing for a brutal winter storm as kevin just mentioned. more than a foot of snow in the for cast for some areas. then there are the temperatures. dropping to single digits, or even colder in some areas. new york city officials are trying to make sure all of the city's homeless have shelter. >>> secretary of state john kerry arrived in the middle east again today trying to broker a deal between israel and palestine. >>> at least six people are dead and dozens more wounded after a blast in a hezbollah strong hold in an area where former lebanese foreign finance minister died in a car bombing last week. >>> and the violence in south sudan has beene -- escalating with more than a thousand people dying in the last ten days. "real money" is up next. and for news and updates from around the world, it's always aljazeera.com. ♪ ♪ >>> bracing for higher from rates in 2014, sure you'll pay more to borrow money, but there may be ways to earn m
>> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at the top stories. two-thirds of the east coast hit by the first major snowstorm of the year. now temperatures as dave just mentioned are dropping to dangerously low numbers. planes were grounded, and at least some 2600 flights were affected. new york and new jersey have declared states of emergency. the obama administration is asking the supreme court not to exempt catholic groups from offering birth control under the affordable care act. this comes after a group of catholic nuns asked the high court to block enforcement from the requirement of providing birth control. justice sotomayor gave the nuns a temporary exemption to the rule. >>> civilians in south sudan are looking for safe haven, americans have been told to leave the country. more than a thousand people have died in three weeks of fighting. >>> secretary of state john kerry is meetin meeting with palestinian president mahmood abbas. he's there to broker a peace deal. but hundreds of protesters sa sy he is biased to israeli demands.
>> this is al jazeera america live in new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. a huge storm is blamed for more than a dozen deaths and now dangerous cold will cause more problems. >>> the family of a brain-dead girl and the hospital has compromised. >>> secretary of state john kerry arrived in ramala to talk with palestinian president mahmood abbas. >>> will the new
new york city, i'm tony harris. the u.s. supreme court has put a temporary stop to same sex marriages in utah. the nation's highest court says the marriages will come to a halt to give the state time to appeal a ruling that allows the unions. the senate is back to work today, priorities include a bill to raise the federal minimum wage a possible extension of jobless benefits and the confirmation of jahnette yellen as head of the federal reserve. liz cheney is calling it quits because of serious healthy issues in her family. iraqi securityce
>> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with today's top stories. the u.s. air force reports that one of its helicopters crashed killing four people. it went down during a training mission on the east coast of britain. millions of americans are dealing with bitter coal temperatures today. at least 12 people have died. the severe weather gripping the nation reaching well into the deep south. president obama praised today's senate vote extending job benefits. house reports say the current proposal is not enough. >>> talks aimed at ending the violence in south sudan has stalled, rejecting the rebel calls to release 11 detainees. and the stand off over fallujah is intensifying. reports that 25 rebels were killed. the u.s. has offered missile support but declined to put any troops on the ground. those are the headlines. for the latest on any of our news go to www.aljazeera.com. "real money with ali velshi" is up next on al jazeera america. >> the economic toll of weather meanofeffects on groceries for . and you i poke to a man who said your prosperity i
city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. >>> breaking news, an american helicopter crash notice united kingdom, reports of four people killed. >>> frigid weather turns deadly for portions of the country, and pictures from nasa showing our immense this storm has been. >>> in south sudan, care forgive that country's orphans. today we talked to a family about why they went back in.
of it since. as the fighting continues many have escaped and many have been left behind. >> tony harris reports on an american family of missionaries, caring for orphans, and were forced to flee without them. >> the campbells and their two daughters are safe in kenya. their hearts and minds are in south sudan, having left their life work, and 10 beloved orphans behind. >> we've been trying to get a strategy for going back into the country and continuing the work that we started. >> they left their home in nebraska in 2012 and headed to south sudan, where they set up an orphanage, part of the work with christian missionaries. fighting with government and rebel forces landed on their doorstep. >> we could hear machine-guns. and the ability to plan a strategy to escape was gone. that moment was gone. we had to deal with the situation at hand. the kids were in the room, under the beds way before any of us - we were, like, what is going on, what is happening. the kids were pulling us under the beds with them. that was crazy, that they knew instinct to do it right away. >> the family made it
my! this is al jazeera america. i'm tony harris. >> former defense secretary robert gates writing a new book. white house jay carney addressed the issue in the briefing and was quick to defend biden and the president. >>> the military investigating two helicopter crashes. in norfolk, virginia, five people were on board and one died and one is still missing. and another happened in norfolk,
>> this is aljazeera america live from new york city. and i'm tony harris with a look at the top stories. president obama has unveiled the promise zones, aimed at eliminating poverty and creating jaws. eastern kentucky and the choctaw nation of oklahoma are the first five areas, and 20 areas will be chosen by 2013. >>> new jersey governor, chris christie, has fired one of his top staffer s. after she leaked a plan to start a traffic jam near the george washington bridge. >> i had a tight group of people that i trust implicitly. and i had no reason to believe this they weren't telling me the truth. it's heartbreaking to me that i wouldn't told the truth. i'm a very loyal guy, and i expect loyalty in return. >> president obama met today with lawmakers to discuss his review of the national security agency. it's anticipated there will be restrictions on how the nsa collects information. and meanwhile, asked to speak before a parliament committee, looking into u.s. practices. inside story is next. >> striking numbers of black, white and latino men are arrested by the time they're 23,
>>> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. new jersey governor chris christie has fired one of his top staffers saying she lied to him this coming after emails were leaked suggesting they planned a traffic jam in an act of revenge. >> i have had a tight knit group of people whom i trust implicitly. i had no reason to belief they weren't telling me the truth. it is heard breaking to me that i wasn't told the truth. i'm a very loyal guy. and i expect loyalty in turn. >>> the president has unveiled his plan to fight the war on poverty. he has named the first five areas he has called promise zones. >>> dennis rodman now apologizing for heated exchange where he implied that kenneth bae, was guilty. he said he had been drinking. he had made a trip to the country to celebrate kim jong un's birthday. and those are our headlines. if you would like more, go to our website, aljazeera.com. "real money with ali velshi" is next on al jazeera america. ♪ >>> i quit! that's a confident worker tells a bass and i'll tell you that what
. >> this is aljazeera america, live from new york city. i'm tony harris, with a look at today's top stories. >> i had no knowledge in this issue. >> governor chris christie said that he's not responsible for a traffic scandal that led to a federal investigation. a new commitment to tackle from the president, he said it's a year of action, and what his promise zones hope to accomplish. if. >> and no job titles, no bosses, why a company is putting all employees on the same level.
". >> this is "talk to al jazeera", and i'm tony harris with the artist j.r. i'm sort of interested in who you are. and i know that there's a beating heart behind the glasses, the hats. who are you, and why are you reluctant to let people into the inner circle that is j.r.? >> you know, i'm still the same kid that was doing graffiti at the time, writing his name. he was behind it. i didn't want to get a fine with it. early with the years. the fine was not the problem. except for some context that i'm travelling to. but more the fact that it's been others. i did that in my early process. it's about others. it's about placing others. i was like what would i gain from putting my face in front of that. you know, i didn't - i didn't see what i would gain, showing people recognising me in the streets. when i take off the hat, no one can recognise me. >> i want to know the moment - what was the moment for you. describe it for me when you came to the realisation that, you know what, i do have something. it may not be fully formed, but i do have something that i think could be special. what was the moment
at aljazeera.com/techknow. o. >> this is joorms. live from new york city, i'm tony harris, with a look at today's top stories. police have arrested the suspected gunman, the wounded have been taken to a local hospital. we will bring you more on the story as more information becomes available. west virginia is lifting water restrictions for some residents the victims of last week's chemical spill. potential lodge long term impacts resulting from this spill. foreign dignitaries, including vice president joe biden paid
>>> this is al jazeera america, live from new york city, i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. west virginia is lifting water restrictions for some residences affected by a chemical spill last week, about 300,000 people have been going without tap water for about five days now. for the first time today, the u.s. supreme court heard arguments about president obama's temporary appointments to high-level positions. opponents say the president misused a provision that allows the appointments while sthen nate is in recess. >>> a federal agencies is investigating whether governor chris christie improperly spent money from hurricane sandy on a television ad. >> the controversial leader passed away saturday at the age of 75. >>> lawyers for alex rod -- reguess are heading to court trying to overturn the courts findings. >>> "real money" is ali velshi is up next live from the detroit auto show. ♪ >>> start your engines the big three american auto makers hope to let the good times roll, but be ware of speed bumps ahead. plus the changing face of the american auto industry thro
'm tony harris is a book at today's top stories. egyptians went to the polls to approve a new constitution that would solidify the military's control over the government. supporters of morsi are boycotting the two-day vote. and new jersey governor chris christie spoke briefly about recent scandals about the his state of the state, he speaks about what appears to be a politically motivated traffic closure. >>> restaurant reopen in downtown whic west virginia. many have been without tap water for days after a chemical spill into a local river. 38% of the 300,000 residents effected are permitted to use the tap water again. it could be days before the entire system is back online. >>> a presidential review panel has given its recommendations for the nsa program to congress. they testified about a number of important changes including how the national security agency collects data. president obama will unveil his plans for the intelligence agency on monday. next we have more with ali velshi from the detroit auto show. >> reporter: all revved up at the detroit auto show. i'll talk to the top bos
only on al jazeera america >> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris taking a look at today's top stories. chris christie state of the state address begins with an apology. the new jersey governor admitting mistakes were made. and a violent shooting by a student at a middle school in new mexico critically injured two children. the latest on these developing stories.
jazeera america. i'm tony harris. the lawmakers out with their report on the bengahzi attack. it may prove negligence on security concerns. >>> and questions of a 16-year-old killed in the aftermath of this chaos ic plane crash could hav
. i'm tony harris. those are the headlines for this news hour. inside story is next for al jazeera america. >> riding on that information super highway. it turns out there are fast and slow lanes. new rules which means you may have to pay for the quickest ride on inside story. hello, i'm ray suarez. put a plug in a wall socket. electricity powers and appliance. there is no better or worse electricity. it's the same juice supplied to your neighbors in mansions or shacks. head into a hotel lobby, people who stay more often have their own check-in line, get a different level of service and access to a nicer room. you can stay but you may not get the same service reserved for better customers. a federal court was asked basically is the internet like a regulated utility or a private business free to provide different levels of service. that eyes-glazed over term net neutrality may not make your courts race bupulse race but th' decision may slow down your net travel. >> reporter: they'll go back to the board to keep the web service equal to all. they struck down rules protecting the open
>>> this is al jazeera america. life from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. vatican officials faced questions from a un committee over how the catholic church has handled clergy who abuse children. they denied allegations that the church protected pedophile priests. >>> the syrian coalition has released a statement saying they find it, quoted, impossible to participate in the peace talks scheduled next weeks geneva. >>> tomorrow president obama will unveil new guidelines for federal agencies involved in intelligence gathering. the new rules have been in the works since ed begley jr. first began leaking details of the nsa spying. three men have been charged with starting the fire outside of los angeles. the campfire sparked the flame. and destroyed at least two homes. >>> president obama met with dozens of college leaders today trying to make sure that low-income students have an equal shot on makes it through college once they get there. "real money" is next. >>> hard times for some of the biggest names in retail casting some doubt on america's econo
jazeera america ♪ ♪ >>> this is al jazerra america, live from new york city, i am tony harris with a look of today's top stories. ' admission from the vatican today that it needs to do more to handle the global priest sex abuse scandal. new information that the nsa collected up to 200 million text messages per day. and three people in jail accused of setting this wildfire that has forced nearly 2,000 people to flee their homes. ♪ ♪ >>> the catholic church is fighting back against allegations it protected pedophile pri a
. >> this is al jazeera america. i'm tony harris live in new york. president obama announced changes to the nsa spying. >>> 16 people died in an attack on a restaurant in kabul, afghanistan, it happened in a neighbor that is home to several embassies and foreign consulates. the tell ban has claimed responsibility. >>> a document shows pope benedict xvi derocke defrocked 0 priests for abusing children. >>> a company to blame for tainting the water supply for hundreds of thousands of west virginia will claimed bankruptcy. >>> syria's opposition will decide to meet face to face. global powers are pushing for both sides to meet in the summit. thifor more on these stories goo www.aljazeera.com. "real money" with ali velshi is next. >> americans worried about jobs and their paychecks are spending more cautiously. i don't know what you know about america's economy that i don't know, but i'll find out. also, forget the nsa. i'll tell what you you might not about the tech company that makes all that have spying possible. and move over, new york wants a piece of that tech action. i'm a
jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. president obama announced changes to the nation's security programs. but it may not be enough. >>> information from the vatican thavatican. and we have a shooting in pennsylvania. we'll have the latest on the gunmen and the victims. >> changes are come together national security agency and the
and equality, and talks over the future of syria and iran. those are the headlines, i'm tony harris, inside story is next on al jazeera mentioner. america. >> post soviet russia has been fighting separatists and religious extremists for decades. now the winter olympic games are just weeks away, and terrorist threats are the "inside story." >> hello, i'm ray suarez. the olympic games gather athletes, heads of states from all around the world. and it is a tempting target for killers who want to create maximum damage, get the world's attention and make a political point. in the modern age every host city has had to worry as much about security as weather, tv rights, accommodations and traffic. with the winter games in sochi just a few weeks ago and the recent bloody terror attacks just a few weeks ago, president vladimir putin know the threats are high and real and there are a number of groups who would like to put putin's pride and joy in a world humiliation. >>> russian security forces killed islamist leader, a senior insurgent suspected in leading numerous attacks on russian target. >> what
and they are the compounds of the peace keepers ♪ >> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's top stories. delegates arrive for peace talks in syria. will it make a difference. the report shows systemic torture and killing of detainees. security throats in sochi. the hunt is on right now for black widows who may be targeting the winter olympics. and a winter storm causing lots of problems already. look at these pictures covering the mid-atlantic and the northeast. >> a crucial
. >> this is al jazeera america. live from new city. i'm tony harris with a look at today's stories. a blast of the winter weather has effected millions of americans from the midwest to the northeast, the storms stretching thousands of miles and impacting people from kentucky to new england. it brought air traffic to a grinding halt. >>> on going peace talks regarding syria has been anything but peaceful. trying to find a way to end the violence in the region. secretary of state john kerry speaking bluntly saying that bashar al-assad cannot remain the leader of syria. >>> edward snowden strongly denied the allegation that he is a spy fo is wrong. >>> thousands of anti-abortion protesters gathered in washington for the 41st annual march for life. today's event was held in protest of roe versus wade. those are your headlines. we have more news in the next hour. talk to al jazeera is next. >> he is a 30-year-old street artist plastering the world with his art. in new york a photo booth was put up and portraits of new yorkers and their visitors were pasted on the floor. why? it was part of the
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